The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla


Lumbergooz

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@TimeFlipper , I fully understand ur concern, but for the sake of curiusity, it is worth to take the risk to make a leap in knowledge, than to avoid self harm and stay as clueless as rest of humans, who grow up and die enslaved to bills and superficial TV shows.
 

KyTraveler

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Is that not like asking " For the sake of curiosity, is it not worth it to gaze into the barell of this pistol while I pull the trigger?"
For if you do not look, you could never know?
 

TimeFlipper

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See into what is not shown:)
I shall promote you to the role of,"The Sage Of Paranormalis", my old friend (y) :D..
FYI, a Sage in classical philosophy is a person who has attained the wisdom which a philosopher seeks, and not the culinary herb that is used in cooking, for example, Sage and Onion :D..
 

Cirrus

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I shall promote you to the role of,"The Sage Of Paranormalis", my old friend (y):D..
FYI, a Sage in classical philosophy is a person who has attained the wisdom which a philosopher seeks, and not the culinary herb that is used in cooking, for example, Sage and Onion :D..
I guess my reference on another thread to "who guards the guardians" (or, put another way: who watches the watchmen) wasn't enough to lift me to the level of Paranormalis Onion.
 

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